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  Reply # 1109053 15-Aug-2014 14:01
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KiwiSacha:
kiwijunglist: Moto G on special for $149 (awhile ago, at that price it is an amazing phone)


o.o wow! thats a really good price. Where was that? wonder if that special would come back any time soon



I got mine recently on special from warehouse stationary, was $198, great phone, sold my Atrix 2 that it replaced for not much less, so am very happy.




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  Reply # 1113733 22-Aug-2014 21:05
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I have a Chinese phone 5", very happy, $150

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  Reply # 1113763 22-Aug-2014 21:29
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RoyalWulf: I have a Chinese phone 5", very happy, $150


What's the model name? Where did you get it from?

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  Reply # 1113798 22-Aug-2014 22:17
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Zte v967s
From merimobiles.com
Zte is the 5 biggest mobile seller worldwide
I have purchased a mobile phone and a tablet from merimobiles and happy, two frinds have purchased from them and happy.
Pay extra for shipping, dont go for free shipping

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